Recovering from Diseases
What is Resilience?
But what are ways that resilience is shown in real life?
For example, some may apply for college and the college rejects them, the person later reapplies to other colleges and this shows that they can recover from rejection quickly and pursue their dreams to go to college. But being resilient can also kick in when you have experience a traumatic moment such as experiencing a family member die or putting a family pet down. Overall, you can become resilient if you have the courage to move forward into your dreams and leave difficulties behind.
Timeline: Fighting through Cancer.
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Things that causes Cancer and why they effect you.
*information from www.cancer.org
How sick people act during a disease vs. after a disease
Also, people during a disease are more dependent on others such as family, doctors, and friends. On the other hand, people after a disease are more independent to show that they are improving to their normal life. But they are both the same because they are both marked with the disease. The means they mentally or physically show that they had/has this disease. Although, recovering from a disease is way different from a person with a current disease, we all know that they are almost the same person.
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Main cause of serious diseases: Prevention
*Info graph taken from www.pintrest.com
**Information from www.cancer.org